One year after Hurricane Maria, the people of Puerto Rico still need our help. Join Federation’s Jewish Volunteer Center on the Rebuilding Mission to Puerto Rico, Sunday, November 4 - Thursday, November 8.
Thanks to your support of the Annual Federation/UJA Campaign, 149 children at 10 day schools are receiving a Jewish education this year. Jewish day schools provide secular and Jewish education in a community environment, which helps students develop critical thinking skills along with a deep understanding of Jewish culture, traditions and history.
In the wake of athe latest natural disaster, this time in the Florida Panhandle, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has stepped in to help. As residents begin to recover from Hurricane Michael, Federation has established an emergency relief fund to provide immediate aid to those affected.
Calling all mothers, daughters, sisters and best friends: You don’t want to miss this year’s Federation Women’s Philanthropy brunch on Wednesday, November 14. Chaired by Amanda Adler, the event will take place at the Hilton Miami Downtown.
It’s never too early to learn the value of tikkun olam. Four-year-old Ellie Wieder, daughter of Adam and Lauren Wieder of Aventura, organized her first lemonade stand and donated the proceeds to Federation.
Federation-supported Masa Israel Journey is gearing up for fall arrivals. Last year, more than 11,500 young men and women joined one of Masa’s programs in Israel, which offers high school and college students, college graduates and young professionals a life-changing opportunity.
Inspire your B’Nai Mitzvah child to demonstrate a commitment to the Jewish community by enrolling in Young Lion of Judah, a program of Federation’s Jewish Volunteer Center and the Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach.
As residents of North and South Carolina begin to recover from Hurricane Florence, the Greater Miami Jewish Federation has established a relief fund to provide immediate assistance to the people who have been affected by the storm and widespread flooding.
Federation’s International Division recently brought together nearly 70 people for the Passion and Purpose Family Tour. The mini mission educated families about the agencies funded and programs made possible by donations to the Annual Federation Campaign.
As the High Holidays approach, it’s important that lone soldiers feel supported during their IDF service. Through WINGS, a program of our overseas partner, The Jewish Agency for Israel, Federation helps these young olim (immigrants).
Federation’s Mishkan Miami: The Jewish Connection for Spiritual Support and Jewish Volunteer Center are seeking participants for the Refuat Ha-Nefesh Spiritual Care Program. For more than 10 years, this life-changing program has offered volunteers the opportunity to bring comfort, spiritual solace and joy to people in need.
Russian Speaking PJ Library Miami is bringing STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) educational programs and Jewish values together in a series of unique, monthly classes beginning in October.
The Mission of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation is to mobilize human and financial resources to care for those in need, strengthen Jewish life and advance the unity, values and shared purpose of the Jewish people in Miami, in Israel and around the world.